Skip to main content

tv   Siouxland News At Sunrise  CBS  November 4, 2015 5:00am-7:00am CST

5:00 am
have a great day. "siouxland news at sunrise starts now" 3 3 five cars were stolen or broken into in sioux city yesterday morning... we'll tell you what the police know so far.we're learning about big gaps in rport security... why the t - s - a says it's doing the best it can.and the feds have had enough of takata's delays in its airbag recaca... and it's going to coststhe company millions of dolls.good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with us on this xxx morning.
5:01 am
3 3 voters in ohio have shot down a ballot measure that would've allowed the use of marijuana for recreational and medical purposes. instead... as as c - b - s news correspondent adriana diaz shows us... they passed another measure... stopping the creation of a cultivation monopoly in the state. 3 (pkg) -nat/sot-the work continues. it's not over supporters of a plan to legalize marijuana in ohio are vowing to keep up the fight...even though voters issued a resounding no to issue 3 tuesday.ian james-- the executive director of responsibleohio -- helped brbrg the issue to the ballot: (sot ian james/ campaigngn director ) there are people who have a c conic illness. they need the compassionate care that medical marijuana provides.ohio governor and republican presidential candidate john kasich was among those who worried the measure would do more harm than good...saying in a statement that -quote- 'ohioans said no to easy access to drugs."nats/sot- i voted yes on issue 2, no on issue 3voters instead passed issue 2 - preventing monopolies from being created in the state...rejecting what some called a greedy business plan...that would have only allowed a small group of private investors to exclusively ow and sell marijuana.(sot mos voter) i'm always for free market capitalism so i think the competition in every aspect is a good deal for businesses, and it's a good deal for the citizens.nats"i'm nick lachey, and ohio is my home" singer and reality star nick lachey was among those who bankrolled the proposal. following the vote - the former lead singer of 98 degrees took to twitter, saying in part, change takes time.adriana diaz cbs news columbmb, ohio. people who want to make marijauna legal thererare stilhopeful another measure could be on the ballot in 20 - 16. ohio *would 16. ballot in 20 be on the measure could another hopeful
5:02 am
are still legal there marijauna want to make people who 3 columbus, ohio.cbs news 3 columbus, ohio. 3 people who want to make marijauna legal there are still hopeful another measure could be on the ballot in 20 - 1616 ohio *would have* become the fifth state in the country to permit the use of marijuana for recreational *and* medical purposes. 3 and voters headed to the polls all across siouxland last
5:03 am
night...in sioux city... mayor r ob scott won his second four - year term in office. he wasn't running against anyone else this time arnd.sioux city councilwoman term as well.she defeats thomas venesky... 1,88 votes to 554.in some of the other races... charles holz of le mars wins a special election to replace retiring representative chuck soderberg in the iowa house. he was running unopposed.voters in sioux center rejected a bond issue to spend $4 million dollars to expand highway 75 through town. the measure fell 4% short of the 60% it needed to pass... though the "yes" side *did* get the most votes.voters in buena vista county approved extending a 1% percent local option sales tatavoters i icrawfofo county overwhelmingly rejected a $2 - point - six - five million
5:04 am
dollar bond issue to build a dialysis center in denison.voters in onawa approved a prprosed 7% percent hotete- moel tax.and voters in sheldon voted *yes* to an increase of their exisisting hotel - motel tax *to* 7% percent.and finally... the omaha tribe of nebraska approves a proposal to legalize the growth... sale... and use of marijuana on the tribe's lands. 3 two people are dead after a stolen car crashed into another vehicle on sioux city's northside.the accident happened at about one yesterday afternoon at 25th and morgan. police say a nissan altima driven by a 34 - year - old man was speeding on 25th street when it hit a dodge durango that was backckg out of a driveway. the two people in the durango were not hurt... but the driver of the altima and a 28 - year - old woman who was riding in the car were taken to mercy medical center where they died. 3 "we did havevewitnesses who sasa the vehicle travel over the
5:05 am
hill. went as far as to say actually caught air, was airborne coming over the hill. it was traveling that fast. i can't even begin to estimate how fast they were going right now."3 the names of the two people killed in the crash are not being released. police say the altima was stolen october 29th... but they're not sure if it was stolen by the people who were killed. 3 and speaking of stolen cars... sioux cici police say *five* cars were stolen or broken into yesterday morning in the city. and @olice say trend right now.a lot of this is happening on the northside... and in morningside. some of those carsrsere left unlocked... d some even had the keys still inside. police say car owners can take simple steps to stop would - be thieves. 3 "we recommend that if you are going to park somewhere that area. make sure once again to lock your vehicle and don't car.//"with the winter months coming up don't let your sure that it's not unattended. we have a dramatic increase months because of people letting there vehicles warm up. then somebody will jump in
5:06 am
it."3 valuables should also be hidden inside the car... or taken out of the car and put somewhwhe safe. 3 utility work in downtown sioux city was shut down for little while yesterday morning because of a gas line break.it happened at around 10 - 40 yesterday morning at 4th and chambers streets. crews hit a two inch gas line with a backhoe... that's was caused the break. it didn't take long for workers from midamerican energy to get there and seal the leak. 3 " we shut the street down you know a safety factor to make sure nothing ignited the fuel in the air. like i said it was a two inch gas line it was dumping quite a bit of gas. mid-america was able to secure the line and get it locked down and they are going to make repairs. "the leak was fixed in 45 mimites... letting crews get back to work just bebere noon.
5:07 am
overcrowding at the woodbury county jail might be closing. supervisor jeremy taylor proposed closing the prairie hills annex because of its age... and some structural issues. 3 the building is about 100 years old. the county is paying me than four dollars a square foot on energy alone... adding up to over one million dollars in the next ten years. tataor saysysthis isn't only a wastst of money... but the cost could be uced for something more efficient... like expanding the jail at the law enforcement center. 3 "i advocated tonight that we spend a minimal amount of cost on something that is very viable and that isishe expansion of our law enforcement ceceer. we will either put that money into an expansion rather than the wasteful way that we're pouring money into prairie hills currently."3 the board unanimously agreed to spend 12 thousand doars on a study to find out whether or not the jail can structurally handle a new
5:08 am
agenda... woodbury county is moving ahead with becoming the first all l - e - d county in iowa. last night... supervisors were able to see the new bulbs that were chosen to light county buildings... and hear about some of the factors that went into choosing these bulbs. 3 "one of the deteteining factors for the court house building for instance was historical and architectural. we wanted to make sure that we were doing the best type of lighting that would have matched what could have originally been used." 3 the supervisors accepted a 522 - thousand - dollar bid to buy the materials. they'll be taking bids for inststlation costs sometime soon. 3 a new survey shows just how often kids are using electronic devices. as reporter jan crawford shows us... the report from common sense media says two - thirds of teenagers carry their own smartphonene 3 pkg(nat)"i worry about my son's screen time."like many american families, the larues of bethesda maryland are finding it almost impossible to pull the plug on technology.
5:09 am
(sot-michelle larue/mother) "constantly connected to cell phones.12-year old daughetr sasha keeps busy texting her friends.15-year old son ethan is a big-time gamer.(sot-jim steyer/ceo, common sense media) "there's this enormous experiment w wre carrying out as a society, largely, on our children."jim steyer is founder and ceo of common sense media -- a non profit which tracks kids and their use of technology. (gfx)the new survey finds tweens spend almost 6 hours a day on "entertainment media." which includes things like listening to music, or watching online videos. for teenagers that number jumps to almost 9 hours. (sot)(jan crawford) "nine hours a day, is that a good thing?"(jim steyer)"you know, media and technology are not good or bad. it's all about how you use themem(gfx) 6666of teens say they use media totoisten to music every day. 58% say they watch tv. but less than half say they use social media on a daily basis.(sot-jim steyer/ceo, common sense media)"you would think that that'd be a much higher percentage. but the truth they have to be there, 'cause their friends are."with technology being used for both homework and fun, moderating kids' usage can be tricky. (sot- michelle larue/mother) "they're using their computers and phones and stuff to email teachers and doing research//you can't tell your
5:10 am
crawford, bethesda, maryland.3 3 what does a 228 pound great dane eat? anything he wants. 3 meet bentley... his family is trying to get the great dane declared the world's tallest dog. bentley stands 38 - inches from paw to shoulder... and he weighs 228 - pounds.folks who know the five - year - old call him a gentle giant... and he *can* do one trick... getting ice from the ice - maker. his owners should find out by the end of the year if bentley will be in the guinness book
5:11 am
3 3 3 3 3 3 coming up this morning on siouxland news at sunrise... a lot of christians in iraq are refugees in their own country.y. we'llllind out why one family says they won't ever go back to the town they called home... no matter what happens.
5:12 am
3 3 we are 3 starting off the month of november way above average. we will see highs in the 70s today with breezy winds. late tonight into tomorrow a front will m me through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's
5:13 am
3 3 3 3 3 re's what we're talalng abououon cebook this morning... we have a story today about an unfortunate tattoo. what predictions have you made that
5:14 am
3 siri... google's made a tool letting artificial intelligence repsond to your emails. c - b - s news correspondent (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 wall street was in positive territory yesterday led by big gains in energy companies.the dow gained 89 points.the nasdaq was up almost 18 points. ///the maker of polaroid cameras has filed a patent infringment lawsuit againt go pro for its new cube-shaped hero4 session. c&a marketing claims the model is a copy of its polaroid cube that was released 18 months before. c &a marketing wants all of go-pro's prfoits f fm the sasas plus interest and attorney fees. ///move over siri! google has created a new tool that lets artificial intelligence respond to your emails. dubbed smart reply the system can analyze an email and then suggest brief responses. the new feature will be available to all gmail users.///twitter is replacing its star shaped favorite icon which will signify a "like" rather than a "favorite.". the company said the star icon was confusing new users adding the twitterati "might like a lot of things,s,ut not everything can be your r vorite."/// that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto
5:15 am
3 as isis gains ground in iraq... christiaia in thth country have beenenforced to leave their homes... a lot of them finding refuge in villages like al qosh. reporter charlie d'agata is there. 3 (mayada preparing a meal for her children) mayada abdul rhani and her 4 4 ildren found shelter here aftft militants overran mosul and the neighboring villages.as a christian forced to make a stark decision: convert to islam, or face execution.now, she told us doesn't trust any muslims.they recruit and train kids like mine to behead people, she said, how could i ever live with those people? it was difficult to live with them before isis now it's impossible.(villagers)like thousands of others, she fled to the village of al qush where the entire population is christian.(christian murals, colorful s stues)(shots of monastery from below)the site is also home to e st hormoz
5:16 am
monastery, carved out of the mountain, its origins dating back to the 7th century.on camera:it's one of the oldest symbols of christianity in this region. and as isis has forced christians out surrounding villages below, it's becoming one of the last. but it's not just isis -- known here as 'daesh' -- that's keeps the christian refugees from going back. father gazwan baho told us people were shocked by the betrayal of muslim neighbors ey'd known for generations. mama were supporting daeae. so wewenow that daesh will away from iraq, maybe not this year, but the next, but the mentality daesh will remain in mosul.mayada (gesturing with the sign of the cross): mayada told even if isis is one day defeated, she'll never go back. for christians, she
5:17 am
3 3 after the break on siouxlanan news at sunrise... a new study shows fewer americans are going to church. we'll show you 3 *why* one generation is leading the trend. 3 3
5:18 am
3 3 we are e arting off the month of noveveer way above average. we will see highs in the 70s today with breezy winds. late tonight into tomorrow a front will move through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year
5:19 am
3 according to a new study wer americics partrtipate in trtritional religions ceremonies. c - b - s news correspondent john blackstone has the story. 3 nat sound up/yoga class1-- in burbank, alex mccale says she fulfills her at a yoga like many people aged 19-25 - she no longer goes to church. (alex sot) 01;04;36;02 most of my friends -- when i i y most -- i mean all exceptptor my boyfriend laughs don't go to church anymore*****2- in fact only 28 percent of her age group go to church weekly (alex sot) jb q not absolutely saying 'there's not something out there? ' a: absolutely not. //it's more like i hear so many people --'i believe there's a god. i just don't think there's a hell. or i believe there's a god, but i don't know what his name is. 3-(graphic 1) since the survey was first taken in 2007 there has also been a decline in the numbererf americans who describe themsmsves as being affiliated with a religionom 83 per cent in 2007 to 77 percent in this survey. (graphic 2) but the survey notes that among those who do identify with a religion the level of religious observance has remained stable - 63 percent attend services atleast monthly, which is the same percentage as in 2007. . (graphic 3) the number who say they pray every day has risen from 64 per cent to 66 per cent in this survey.carol bakhos is director of the center for the study of religion a aucla. (sot bakhos) 11;50;45;19 there is something that beckons us and is something we respnd to and we respond to it thru religious
5:20 am
or spiritual practices and i dont think that will ever go
5:21 am
3 3 still to come this morning... an alarm is beinraised about a potential danger to your pet. we'll show you why a common food ingredient is *dangerous* to dogs. you're watching siouxland news
5:22 am
3 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 3 3 we are starting off the month of november way above average. we will see hihis in the 70s today with breey winds. late tonight into tomorrow a front will move through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year
5:23 am
3 this morning... we've got a warning about a potential danger to your pet... a sweetener used in some sugarless gum and other oducts could *kilil your dog. c - b - s news correspondent chip reid is in washington d - c. 3 pkg script:sam caress and jordan pellett recently adopted gunner. nats with gunnerhe's helped fill the hole in n eir hearts created d (stills) when two-year old luna died in april after getting into some chewing gum made with the sugar-substitute xylitol.she started vomiting, they rushed her to the vet -- but it was too late.(sot samantha caress)they gave us a phone call saying her kidney tests weren't good, and that they were shutting down (crying) and that we didn't really have any other choice but to put her down.xylitol is safe for humans but can cause severe low blood sugar, even liver failure, in dogs. (gfx) sugar-free gum i ithe biggest culprit but xylitotois also used in some sugar-frere candies, chewable vitamins, even some baked goods and peanut butter.the number of products is on the rise and so are the calls to the aspca's
5:24 am
animal poison control center, 37 hundred last year.(gfx out) some animal welfare groups are calling for warning labels on products with xylitol. dr. ashley gallagher with the friendship animal hospital in washington says the key is vigilance on the part of dog owners.(sot dr. ashley gallgher)you just haha to be really careful because dogs are nosy little creatures s d they are hungry all the time, i know my dogs are and they are just looking for a treat. so you have to really watch them.(vo) chip reid, cbs news,
5:25 am
3 doctors says dog owners should check the labels of all products that say "sugar-free." anything containing xylitol should be put up in the top cabinets... way out of reach. 3 a siouxland man has won a half - million dollar prize in the south dakota lottery.cody peterson of sergeant bluff is the first person to win the 500 - thousand dollar top prize in the "money... money... money" scratch ticket lottery gamemepeterson bought the winning ticket at cubby's convenience store in dakota dunes.peterson went for the one time payout... getting 375 thousand dollars after taxes. 3 the debate over privatizing iowa's medicaid service has moved into the statehouse.the iowa senate's health policy oversight committee held a special meeting on the issue yesterday. officials from the iowa department of human seseices went o or a numbmb of ints... like the status and details of the plan. one d - h - s the plan. one d - h - s official admitted
5:26 am
the state is still very much a work in progress. a public comment session n ok up most of the afternoon. 3 the company behind the keystone x - l oil pipeline is asking for a delay in the approval process.transcanada has asked the u - s state department to put the decision - making process on holol the company says it needs extra time to says it needs extra time to secure the pipeline's route through nebraska. a law that allowed nebraska's governor to o - k the pipeline route is at the center of a legal battle that could take years to finish up. the state department has the authority to approve or reject the pipeline because it crosses between the u - s and canada... but it's delayed its decision for years. 3 a new study says there are a lot of benefits from making ethanol from corn stover instead of corn.thereport from the envivinmental working grouou and the university o o california says ethanol produced from corn *stover*...
5:27 am
once the grain is removed... is much better for the environment than corn itself. the study goes on to say ethanol made from corn is evenen *worse* for the environmnmt than gasoline because of the water and fertilizer used to produce it... that's something the renewable fuel industry says isn't true. the original study also found emiiions from the use of corn stover are about 96 percent less than emissions produced from gasoline. 3 there was a scrimmage last night at morningside elementary in sioux city. and not a football scrimmage.a robot scrimmiage! this robotic contest was the main ent at the middle school stem expo. and middle school students were showing off their stem creations... too. 3 "gives ststents a chance to use the contntts that their learning in the schools and in a real world scenario where they're solving a real world problem but also t(ey get to play with robots which is just fun, they may not even realize
5:28 am
they are doing the stem 3 activity."stem education focuses on fiving students a better background in the subjects of science... technology... engineering... and math. 3 a woman is in the hospital and in legal hot water after police say she broke into a nebraska zoo to try and pet a tiger. the tiger wasn't amused... it bit the woman's hand. reporter dave roberts talked to folks in omaha ababt this crazy tiger tale. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- (dave roberts/reporting)"if you stuck your hand in the tiger cage, what do you think would happen?"(woman) "well i would hope that it would just lick my hands."keep hoping.but keep your hands out of cages while you do.(dave roberts/reporting)"what do you think would happen?" (woman #2) "i definitely would get it bit off."(man)"i don't know. a tiger probably hasn't seen a hand that much. maybe they like it."(man #2#2i think it might well get bititn off." well you're thinking correctly. halloween night... police say jacqueline eide learned that lesson the hard way.she told investigators she wanted to pet a tiger.so... before sunrise... police say eide broke into omaha's henry doorly zoo... somehow getting past the fence and security. when she got to the tiger cages... she jumped one fence into a secure area...then reached into the cage of mai... an 18-year-old malayan tiger.(woman #2)"that doesn't sound like a good plan."it sn't.police say mai bit down eide's hand, causing severe injuries.wounds so bad... she might lose parts of her fingers.after doing some digging... we found two pages of court documents on eide, both in nebraska and iowa.her criminal convictions include... shopliftingdrunk driving graffitidisorderly conductand disturbing the peace... just to name a few.following the break-in and biting... police blamed on eide... the zoo's
5:29 am
executive director, dennis pate... release a statement. "the safety and security of our guests and animama are always a priority. more e cameras will be installed to monitor the grounds and gates." most visitors know the rule... look... don't touch.and especially don't break-in to a place full of creatures that can kill you.(man)"people don't realize that these are still wild animals even though they're living in the zoo."
5:30 am
3 forget the sci-fi book "dune." nasasas showing us t t real thing... our own solar system.nasa is showing off a picture showing off the dune - lands of saturn's largest moon. this picture of the moon "titan" was taken byby cassini... a probe that's been exploring saturn and its moons for almost ten years.the picture shows two big areas of dunes made of hydrocarbon sands. scientists are using cassini to better understand the geology and weather patterer of titin. 3 3 3 3 get in a christmas mood at the preserve.we'll tell you how... next...in "talk of the town"
5:31 am
5:32 am
3 3 we are starting off the month of november way above average. we will see highs in the 70s today with breezy winds. late tonight into tomorrow a front will move through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. heading into weekend, we should see plenty sunshine, but tempepetures wiwi stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's
5:33 am
3 3 the adams homestead and nature preserve wants to get you into the christmas spirit.that's why jody moats is here for talk of the town this morning. good morning! 3 jake and a guest or group of guests discuss upcoming community events.
5:34 am
3 events.3 3 thanks for being with us this morning.if you missed this segment...or want to find out any more formation...you can find everything on our web site...that's siouxland news dot com slash sunrise... 3 3 a mets fan has joined a long list of tattoo mishaps.
5:35 am
some other goof - ups.it's (time) this morning.thanks for
5:36 am
sunrise.3 3 3 good morning, (city)... it's (temp) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (sponsor) camera. 3 this nexexstory 3 this next story has to sting. a mets fan has joined the legion of joined the legion of sports fans with premature tattoos. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne takes a look. 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- when college student josh davis got his "world champs
5:37 am
new york mets" tattoo...(josh davis/ny meme fan)"it was hurting a lot. my ribs, that was really bad. thth was the worst tattoo pain i ever experienced."but not as bad as thpain he experienced when his beloved mets lost the world series that his tattoo proclaimed they won.josh actually got the tattoo during game 1.(jeanne moos)"when you had the impulse to get it you weren't inking while drinking were you? (josh davis)"oh no, not at all. i was completely sober. sober and faithful. (jeanne moos/reporting)"don't feel bad, josh, u're not the first to suffer from pst, premature sports tattooing." neither the cowboys, nor the nationals, detroit lions prematurtattoos.and when the seattle seahawks failed to become "back to back" champions, this guy joked about sanding off his tattoo. but our met fan had no regrets...(josh davis)"no not at all. to me it's just always gonna remind me of this year and they really did have a great year."josh now joins those adorned with erroneous ink..."belive" for "believe"..."strenth" wiwiout the e "and this stab in thth back..."."y not? everyone else does" but else has an extra "e."(nats - guy reading tattoo typo)"elese? what's that? a girl's name?"and how about all the bad grammar..."never don't give up." "it's get better." talk about rejects. there are entire websites devoted to tattoo failure.johnny depp updatehis tattoo.while dating winona ryder he got one saying "winona forever."when they broke up he changed it to "wino forever."josh may eventually turn his into a generic mets tribute but for now, he's enjoying the attention....(jeanne moos)"oh yeah."(josh davis)"i'll leave it for a bit. when i pull up my shirt eyes widen, 'oh my god that's you.'"think before you ink, they say...or you may have to eat your words.ouch! (jeanne moos)"can we take one
5:38 am
3 3 we are starting off the month
5:39 am
of november way above average. we will see highs in the 70s today with breezy winds. late tonight into tomorrow a front will move through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. heading into weekend,d,e should see plenty y of sunshinin but temperatures will stay prprty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday.
5:40 am
33 3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...peru takes the cake... or the salad... for the world's biggest quinoa salad. peruan chef rosa polo led a team in miami florida getting the salad ready. the team used more than 15 - hundred pounds of quinoa!they said they want to promote healthy eating. a recent harvard study says eating a bowl of quinoa a day could cut your risk of premature death. 3 3 coming up this morning in your 6 o'clock hour... airbag maker takata is facing a recoco fine and the loss one ofts customers we'll show you what went into the government's
5:41 am
decision.government's decision.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up. it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx)
5:42 am
siouxland news at sususu3
5:43 am
to go 3 ... 3 3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 supporters of a plan to legalize marijuana in ohio say they're going to keep up the fight. tuesday... voters rejected a ballot measure that would have permitted the use of marijuana for recreationon and memecal purprpes. instead... they passed another measure... preventing the creating of a cultivation monopoly in the state.we're still seeing the fallout from airbag company takata. honda... takata's biggest customer... dropped the company tuesday. the development came on the same day u - s safety regulators hit takata with a record 70 million dollar fine... over an airbag defect that led to eight deaths and ththrecall of millions of vehicles.and... the filing peod to run in the nation's first primary in new hampshire kicks off today. donald trump and martin o'malley will be among the first to officially put theiei names on
5:44 am
e ballot. quite a few other candidates... like marco rubio... carly fiorina... and bernie sanders are expected to file their paperwork in the key state over the next few days. 3 and be sure to check k t siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studio 57 are working on that you'll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i'm norah o'donnell.....coming up, a cookbook from the hit cbs show "blue bloods." star bridget moynahan shares the recipes that bring her t-v family to the table... that's coming up, on cbs this morning... 3 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm meteorologist
5:45 am
3 3 3 3 3 3 yesterday the national highway traffic safety administration said it was imposing the
5:46 am
history. takata... that air bag company... is being fined because of defective bags that have killed at least 7 people so far... and hurt almost 100. reporter jeff glor has the story. 3 (piece)stephanie erdman's life has been changed forever. in september 2013 she was involved in a low-speed collision. instead of her takata airbag protecting her, it nearly killed her.instant blindness on my right side followed by gushing blood. . the airbag exploded and sent shrapnel into her face. it`s terrifying. i-- i thought i was going to bleed out at first foxx: 2:11 i h he to say this has been a mess.oday transportation secretary anthony foxx blamed takata for misleading regulators and the american public for years.sot - 2:13 delay misdirection and refusal to acknowledge the truth allowed a serious problem to become a crisis. documents filed with the national highway traffic safety administration, or nhtsa, show takata first learned about exploding airbags in hondas in 2004. they recalled about four thousand cars in 2008. for years, takata dedeed a nationwide recall was this summerercongressional hearings and prprsure from the government, takata admitted the airbags were defective, and 19 million vehicles from 12 auto manufacturers are now being recalled.the problem centers on the air bag`s inflator, which is filled with the chemical ammonium nitrate. (show video from nhtsa) tests show when moisture or humidity gets into the system, this can happen - the airbag explodes, rupturing the metal casing, and sending shrapnel flying through the vehicle.so far only 22 percent t recalled vehicles have been r raired. tsa today ordered takata to accelerate the recall process - and get it done two years faster than originally planned. takata must also stop making all airbags with ammonium nitrate. nhtsa's mark rosekind. bite - sot- the risk is significant and that is why nhtsa is taking unprecendented steps to protect you.(tag) (takata statement) 3 3 statement)(takata (tag)(takata
5:47 am
3 and voters headed to the polls all across siouxland last night...in sioux city... mayor bob scott won his second four - year term in office. he wasn't running against anyone else this time around.sioux city councilwoman rhonda capron won a second termrms well.she defeats thomas venesky... 1,889 votes to 554.in some of the other races... charles holz of le mars wins a special election to replace retiring representative chuck soderberg
5:48 am
unopposed.voters in sioux center rejected a bond issue to spend $4 million dollars to expand highway 75 through town. the measure fell 4% short of the 60% it needed to pass... though the "yes" side *did* get the most votes.ters in buena vista county approved extending a 1% percent local option sales tax.voters in crawford county overwhelmingly rejected a $2 - point - six - five million dollar bond issue to build a dialysis center in denison.voters in onawa approved a proposed 7% percent hotel - motel tax.and voters in sheldon voted *yes* to an increase of their exisisting hotel - motel tax *to* 7% percent.and finally... the omaha tribe of nebraska approves a proposal to legalize the growth... sale... and use of marijuana on the tribibs lands. 3 two people are dead after a stolen car@crashed into another vehicle on sioux city's northside.the accident happened at about one
5:49 am
and morgan. policeceay a nissss altima driven by a 34 year - old man was speeding on 25th seet when it hit a dodge durango that was backing out of a driveway. the two people in the durango were not hurt... but the driver of the altima and a 28 - year - old woman who was riding in the car were taken to mercy medical center where they di. 3 "we did have witnesses who saw the vehicle travel over the hill. went as far as to say actually caught air, was airborne coming over the hill. it was traveling that fast. i can't even begin to estimate how fast t ty were going right 3 now."the names of the two people killed in the crash are not being released. police say the altima was stolen ococber 29th... but they're not sure if it was stolen by the people who were killed. 3 and speaking of stolen cars... sioux city police say *five* cars were stolen or broken into yesterday morning in the city. and police say this is almost becoming a trenenright nonoa lot of this is happening on the northside... and in
5:50 am
cars were left unlocked... and some even had the keys still inside. police say car owners can take simple steps to stop would - be thieves. 3 "we recommend that if you are going to park somewhere that try to do it in a well lite area. make sure once again to lock your vehicle and don't leave your keys in the car.//"with the winter months coming up don't let your vehicle idle by itself make sure that it's not unattended. we have a dramatic increase also once agagn in the winter months because of people letting there vehicles warm upthen somebody will jump in the vehicle and take offith 3 it." valuables shouou also be hidden insididthe car... or taken out of the car and put somewhere safe.put somewhere of the car and or taken out the car... or taken out of the car and put somewhere safe. 3 utility work in downtown sioux city was shut down for a little while sterday morning becaususof a gas line break.it happened t around 10 - 40 yesterday morning at 4th and chambers streets. crews hit a two inch gas line with a backhoe... that's was caused the break. it didn't take e long for workrks
5:51 am
from midamerican energy to get there and seal the leak. 3 " we shut the street down you know a safety factor to make sure nothing ignited the fuel in the air. like i said it was a two inch gas line it was dumping quite a bit of gas. mid-america was able to secure the line and get it locked down ananthey are going to make and they are locked down and they a a going to make repairs. "the leak was fixed in 45 minutes... letting crews get back to work just before noon. 3 a facility meant to help with overcrowding at the woododry county jail might be closing. supervisor jeremy taylor proposed closing the prairie hills annex because of its age... and some structural issues. 3 the building is about 100 years old. the county is payiyi more than four dollars a square foot on energy alone... adding up to over one million dollars in the next ten years. taylor says this isn't only a waste of money... but the cost could be used for something more efficient... like exexnding the jail at the law enforcement center. 3 "i advocated tonight that we spend a minimal amount of cost on something that is very viable and that is the expansion of our law enforcement center. we will either put that money into an
5:52 am
expansion the wasteful way that we're pouring money into prairie pouring money way that we're the wasteful way that we're pouring g ney into prairie 3 hills currently."the board unanimously agreed to spend 12 thousand dollars on a study toto find out whether or not the jail can structurally handle a new wing. also on the agenda... woodbury county is moving ahead with becoming the first all l - e - d county in iowa. lala night... supervisors were able to see the new bulbs that were chosen to light county buildings... and hear about some of the factors that went into choosing these bulbs. 3 "one of the determining factors for the court house building for instanan wawa historical and architectural. make sure that we were doing the best type of lighthtg that would have matched what could have originally been 3 used." 3 the supervisors accepted a 522
5:53 am
- thousand - dollar bid to buy the materials. they'll be taking bids for installation costs sometime soon. 3 they have the job of keeping us safe... but the transportation security administration failed to do that in quite a few undercover operations. yesterday t - s - a officials were on capitol hill to defend their work... and highlight their progress as our national correspondent kristine frazao shows us... some say it's time to take the t - s - a out of the hands of government. 3 for travelers it's become a familiar drill -shoes off. laptops out. and don't forget to leave large liquids at home. with all the precautions travelers take, ththt-s-a's ssive deficiences are glaring,g,nd central to calls s by some to privatize the government agencyjim harper/senior fellow, cato institute"airlines and airports should be in charge of the security of air travel because they have their money on the line."the cato institute's jim harper has written about the inefficiencies of the t-s-a for years.jim harper/senior fellow, cato institute"if each airline and airport has a different security system, it's harder to plan any kind of attack. what we've got now is a homogenens one-size-fits all system thahaas we've seen doesn't work very well. " standup kristine frazao/washing ton"the most recent audit of the tsa found failures across the board - from human errors to tsa rocedures to failure in technology. now, even some lawmakers are calling for a complete overhaul."congressman john mica wants the government to oversee the t-s-a, but to focus on security only.he says screeners should be privatized. rep john mica sot: tsa needs to set the standards and the protocals and then conduct the audits but focus on
5:54 am
intelligence andndecurity - connecting the dotsbut t-s-a officials reminded cononess thatatince their formation after the 9-11 attacks,there have been no terrorist attacks on airplanes, and insist they continue to improve.peter neffenger/tsa administrator"we have trained our officers to understand and use equipment properly and we've corrected our procedures."officials with the seven billion dollar a year agency acknowledge there's room for improvement but contend they should be the ones to do it all.i'm kristine frazao siouxland news.
5:55 am
3 news.3 3 seattle's pike place market is getting ready to scrub down its famous gum wall.it'll be stripped off all the gum for the first time in 20 years. the dirty work starts next tuesday and is expected to take a few days. there are an estimated 150 pieces of gum per brick... and it's likely there are more than a million gum wads on that wall.but if you were planning on heading to seattle to add your gum to the wall... don't worry. the wall will be open for business again once the cleaning is done. 3
5:56 am
3 3 bishop heelan is one win away from heading back to the state volleyball tournament. see how they did against carroll in the regional finals. chris neyenhouse is next in
5:57 am
3 3 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning.
5:58 am
3 3 we are starting off the month of november way above average. we will see highs in the 70s today with breezy winds. late tonight into tomorrow a front will move through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatutus will s sy pretty close to normal for this time of highs
5:59 am
6:00 am
3 3 jake,ck to you watching. thanks for sports.morning at your that's a look final there. state. 84-75 the fall to dakota 3 state. 84-75 the final there. that's a look at your morning sports.thanks for watching.
6:01 am
3 3 stars were hitting the red carpet and the nasdaq. it's (time)... your sunrise entertainment is after the break.
6:02 am
3 3 we are starting off the month of november way above average. will see highs in the 70s today with breezy winds. late tonight into tomorrow a front will move through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday.
6:03 am
3 two new movies bring real - life dramas to the big screen... and jon stewart is coming back to television. suzanne marques has those stories and more in today's eye on entertainment. 3 trt 01:27((pkg script)) ------------------------(narr:) the all-star cast of "trumbo" walked the red carpet for the film's premiere in new york. bryan cranston stars as the title character in the biopic. 1940's screenwriter dalton trumbo was blacklisted in hollywood for being a communist.((sot bryan cranston/actor))"he didn't ask for this fight, the fight came to him, but he defended himself and his civil liberties."((vo))the real trumbo won two academy awards - for films he wrote using a pen name. ------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------(narr:) ((standup bridge: suzanne marques, cbs news, west hollywood))another true-life drama premiered in west hollywood - shining a "spotlight" on investigative journalism.michael keaton, mark ruffalo, and rachel mcadams lead the ensemble cast of "spotlight," in theaters friday.the film tells the story of the boston globe's pulitzer-prize winning investigation into the catholic churcrcsex absue scandal.(nats - "how do you say no to god?")((sot - michael keaton/actor or mark ruffalo/actor))((vo))before filming, the actors spent time with the globe reporters they were portraying. ------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------(narr:)
6:04 am
and snoopy celebrated his upcoming big-screen debut - at the nasdaq.(nats)america's favorite beagle rang the closing bell.... marking 65 years in the business of making people happy. ((sot paul feig/producer, "the peanuts movie")) "snoopy is who we all want to be - snoopy is the free spirit who just does whatever he wants."((vo)) "the peanuts movie" is out in theaters friday.and that's your eye on entertainment. suzanne marques, cbs news, west hollywood.####
6:05 am
3 here's what we're talking ababt on fafabook this morning... we ha a story today about an unfortunate tattoo. what predictions have you made that backfired? 3 3 still to come this morning... astronaut scott kelly is two thirds of the way through his record breaking mission. we'll hear what he predicts
6:06 am
exploration.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.your weather
6:07 am
3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller... heller...i'm jacob
6:08 am
3 we are starting off the month of 3 scott kelly has spent more time in space than any american. his current mission has him orbiting earth for almost a year. c - b - s news correspondent jim axelrod talked with him... via satellite... to find out what that's like. 3 narr: scott kelly -- has been 250 miles up in space for 8 months.. and has another 4 to go.. sot/123752 i'm in this
6:09 am
enclosed environment. i can't leave//you don't have the freedom to just walk out your front door and-- you know, breathe the-- you know, the fresh air and put your feet in the grass nat/spacewalk -- good job kellynarr: no.. his walks out the front door now... are a little more challenging. after 19 years as an astronaut he took his first walk in space last week. sot/123947 a lotta people probably wouldn't believe this, but it wasn't really-- it wasn't t ally fun.//it was kinda that-- that type two kinda fun, that it's fun when-- when it's over. sot/(ja)12:40:25:00 so it might be a fair way to describe it, you don't like spacewalking, you like having spacewalked? (sk) i could-- yeah, i-- i guess i could say that. //you know, it's-- it's pretty challenging. it's also a pretty risky environment out there. so it's not like-- it's not that, like, "wee" kinda fun, you know, you have when you're on a roller coaster or somethin' like that.narr: (space pictures) but as you can see -- the risiscarries eat reward.sot/(ja) ) 12:42:07:0:0when you had been looking at sunrises and sunsets from inside the space station, is there any difference from when you're observing a sunrise or sunset while you're spacewalking? sot/(kelly) 12:42:24:00 it's incredible the difference.//an d i thought, you know, the view's pretty amazing up here-- looking out the window. how could it be much more amazing? but when you're looking (through one-- you know, pane of glass that the helmet-- visor is and-- how your, you know,) your face is kind of up in the visor. //124247 so your field of vivi is mucucgreater, it is just a completete different level of-- you know, color and brilliance (that you see of the earth than)-- than we see here looking out the windows. narr: while we debate the value of future space exploration -- one thing's for sure: the views are priceless. ja cbsn ny 3 a siouxland man has won a half - million dollar prize in the south dakota the south dollar prize in half - million man has won a a siouxland
6:10 am
3 a siououand man has won a half - million dollar prize in the south dakota lottery.cody peterson of sergeant bluff is the first person to win the 500 -
6:11 am
the "money... money... money" scratch ticket lottery game.peterson bought the winning ticket at cubby's convenience store in dakota dunes.peterson went for the one time payout... getting 375 thousand dollars after taxes. 3 the debate over privatizing iowa's medicaid service haha momod into the statehouse.the iowa senate's health policy oversight committee held a special meeting on the issue yesterday. officials from the iowa department of human services went over a number of points... like the status and details of the plan. one d - h - s official admitted the privatizing of medicaid in the state is still very much a work in progress. a public comment session took up most of the afternoon. 3 the company behind the keystonene - l oil pipeline is approval process.transcanada has asked the u - s state department to put the decision - making process on hold. the company says it needs extra time to secure the pipeline's
6:12 am
route through nebraska. a law that allowed nebraska's governor to o - k the pipeline route is at the cent of a legal battle that could take years to finish up. the state department has the authority to approve or reject the pipeline because it crosses between the u - s and canada... but it's'sdelayed its decision for years. 3 a new study says there are a lot of benefits from making ethanol from corn stover instead of corn.thereport from the environmental working group and the university of california says ethanol produced from corn *stover*... basically the leftovers once the grain is removed... is much better for the environment than corn itself. the study goes on to say ethanol made from corn is even *worse* for the environment than gasoline because of the water and fertilizer used to produce it... that's something the renewable fuel industry says isn't true. the original study also found emissions from the use of corn stover are about 96 percent less than emissions produced
6:13 am
from gasoline. 3 there was a scrimmage last night at morningside elementary in and not a football scrimmage.a robot scrimmiage! this robotic contest was the main event at the middle school stem expo. and middle school students were showing off their stem creations... too. 3 "gives students a chance to use the contents that their learning in the schools and in a real world scenario wherer they're solving a real world d problem but also they get to play with robots which is just fun, they may not even realize that their doing school when they are doing the stem activity."stem education focuses on fiving students a a better background in the subjects of science... technology... engineering... and math. 3 3 breast cancer is a threat for millions of women in the united states... but some patients feel over - treated. up next in your healthwatch... why doctors say the aggresesve treatment is *good* fororpatients with early - stage breast cancer.
6:14 am
3 3 3
6:15 am
3 3 3 we are starting off the month of november way abovovaverage. we will see highs ininhe 70s today with breezy winin. late tonight into tomorrow a front will move through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. heading into weekend, we should see plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's friday and saturday. 3
6:16 am
3 america's prescription drug use is on the rise. a study in the journal of the american medical association finds that in 20 - 12... 59 - percent of the population was using prescription drugs. that's an increase of 8 - percent since 1999. e most commonly used drug was the cholesterol medication simvastatin. 3 3 a new drug could bring hope to couples struggling with infertility. a study in london finds the hormone kisspeptin might be safer and more effective for harvesting eggs during ininvitro fertilization. researchers say using the new hormone in place of conventional drugs might prevent life threatening side effects. 3
6:17 am
3 and for women who *do* become pregnant... there's a warning about the imimrtance of physical activity. researchers at the university of warwick say too much sitting may be linked to depression in expectant mothers... as well as greater weight gain. and that can increase the risk of gestational diabetes. 3 every y ar... almost 60 - thousand women are being over - diagnosed and over - treated with early stage of breast cancer. as our c - b - s news correspondent teri okita shows us... some patients are choosing to watch and wait. 3 after r routine mammogram three years s o, 52-year-old barbara mann w diagnosed with "ductal carcinoma in situ" the earliest form of breast cancer.sot: barbara mann/dcis patient"the initial reaction was, "get this out of my system"d-c-i-s accountsor up to 25-percent of breast cancers. mastectomies or lumpectomies have become treatments.how are you? surgeon laura esserman is considered a pioneer of the "active surveillance" or "watchful waiting" treatment for breast cancer. she monitors patients with "low-grade" d-c-i-s with screenings and medication for six months ... "without" surgery.sot: dr.r.aura esserman/ucsf breast care center director"part of the personalization of medicine and breast cancer is not just to do more for those who need it but to do less for those that don't."if d-c-i-s shows little or no growth, patients can avoid more aggressive treatment..which has worked so far for barbara.sot: barbara mann/dcis patient: "it was just an immense relief."a study of more than 100- thousand women with d-c-i-s found aggressive treatments do "not" reduce breast cancer mortality rates. sot: dr. laura esserman/ucsf breast
6:18 am
care center director)) "when time is not ofofhe essence, when it's not an e ergency, you can offer different options. and see how the tumor behaves."but the "american cancer society" says studies suggest about lne-third or more of d-c-i-s cases "will" progress to invasive cancer, if left untreated. the challenge is pinpointing which types of d-c-i-s are most likely to worsen.kristin orrantia's mother died from breast cancer. the 42 year old knew she was at high-risk when she was diagnosed with d-c-i-s last june. she chose a double- mastectomy.sot: kristin orrantia/breast cancer survivor "i don't have to go in for the every six months, active susueillance, and have t t worry and the anxiety and the stress o o 'am i going to end up like my mom?"dr. esserman's approach is controversialbut she hopes it will lead cancer treatment into a better future.. teri okita, for cbs
6:19 am
3 doctor esserman says patients with d - c - i - s should think about taking part in clinical trials and registries to review their options. 3 3 stars become hearts. favorites come likes... and twitter loses its mind. we'll explain... next...
6:20 am
3
6:21 am
city)... it's (!7 degrees) outside at (time)... as we take a look from our (j - c roofing and insulating) camera. 3 microsoft is cuttininback on cloud storage. hehe's your - net tech update. 3 "stars become hearts. favorites become likes. and twitter loses its mind. i'm bridget carey, this is your cnet update.***""there are several wild tech stories to talk about today, but let's start with one stirring up social media controversy. twitter made a c cnge to its network that is making long- time users angry. the star icon to indicate you favorite a tweet is now a heart icon to say you like it. you may wonder why anyone cares that an icon change but the problem some have is that not everything deserves a love symbol. the star was a neutral way of acknolowlging you apperciated a posthearts the meaning could change, crossing over into some possibly awkward territory. but today in social media we are throwing hearts all over the place that the icon is losing all romantic meaning anyway. instagram uses hearts as likes. on twitter's periscope peopleleour streams of heartrt on top o ovideos. twitter is also changing vine to use hearts instead of smilie faces, to make everything hearts. (twitter video: 01:03:28 - 01:11:06)twitter is doing this because it thinks new users won't understand stars. that's what scares me. what is happening to society that companies think we can no longer understand stars? it's as if executives go into meetings believing if we communicated with heart emoji then more people will use their network. ***""and google thinks we can no longer answer email for ourselves. google's artificial intelligence is now able to offer suggestions on how to replylyo your e-mail, based on what t estions someone is asking you.es it's reading your email. will you rsvp? google suggests
6:22 am
answers that you'll be there or that you won't make it. is anyone looking into this? reply quickly with i'll check on it or i'm on it. the feature is rolling out to the google inbox app on android and ios this wee during early tests, google found the machine kept wanting to reply i love you as an option to everything. but it's working out those quirks, so you should still read through your email before using a quick replplso you don't accidently tell your boss you love him. ***""meanwnwle, microsoft is going back o oits promise to give office 365 subscribers unlimited online storage in onedrive. in a blog post, microsoft says some people abused the unlimited storage, so now subsribers only get 1 terrabyte free. but i have a hard time buying the abuse excuse because microsoft is cutting back on plans everywhere. for $2 bucks a month, users could get 100 gigs of storage. next year, $2 will only buy you half that -- 50 gigs. also everyone got 15 gigs free when they backed up their photos, but that's also being cut back. only 5 gigs free for everyone, current and new, starting next year. microsoft will be sending out notices if you are using spacenow is permitted, wthat you'll hava mountto accfiles. ***""that's it f this tech news update, 3 tudios in new york, 3 3
6:23 am
3 3 we are starting off the month of november way above average. we will see highs in the 70s today with breezy winds. late tonight into tomorrow a front will move through the area. this will bring us a chance of showers overnight with a few rumbles of thunder and rain for thursday. this front will also bring us the chance of seeing slowly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. headingngnto weekend, we should see plplty of sunshine, but temperates will stay pretty close to normal for this time of year with highs staying in the 50's
6:24 am
3 3 we'll take a look at your news and weather to go coming up after the break...you're
6:25 am
sunrise.3 3 3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 3 here's a look at your news toto go .... 3 3 supporters of a plan to supporters of a plan to supporters of 3 supporters of a plan to legalize marijuana in ohio say they're going to keep up the fight. tuesday... voters rejected a ballot measure thatat would haha permitted the use of marijuana for recreational and medical purposes. instead... they passed another measure... preventing the creating of a cultivation monopoly in the state.we're still seeing the
6:26 am
fallout from airbag company takata. honda... takata's biggest customer... dropped the companantuesday. the development came on the same day u - s safety regulators hit takata with a record 70 million dollar fine... over an airbag defect that led to eight deaths and the recall of millions of vehicles.and... the e iling period to run in the tion's first primary in new hampire kicks off today. donald trump and martin o'malley will be among the first to officially put their names on the ballot. quite a few other candidates... like marco rubio... carly fiorina... and bernie sanders are expected to file their r perwork in the key state over the next few days.
6:27 am
6:28 am
6:29 am
6:30 am
6:31 am
6:32 am
6:33 am
6:34 am
6:35 am
6:36 am
6:37 am
6:38 am
6:39 am
6:40 am
6:41 am
6:42 am
6:43 am
6:44 am
6:45 am
6:46 am
6:47 am
6:48 am
6:49 am
6:50 am
6:51 am
6:52 am
6:53 am
6:54 am
6:55 am
6:56 am
6:57 am
6:58 am
6:59 am

33 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on